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1913 Craftsman asks $2.2M in San Diego

It is designated as a historical landmark

Exterior shot of Craftsman home with Tudor touches set behind a lawn and driveway.
The home was built in 1913 by famous local physician Dr. Clair Stealy.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: San Diego, California

Price: $2,200,000

The Dr. Clair Stealy House in San Diego was built in 1913 and was designated as a historical landmark in 2004. Designed in the Craftsman style with Tudor touches, the 3,256-square-foot home has been carefully preserved over the years and boasts period details like oak floors, handsome wood paneling and built-ins, coffered ceilings, and leaded windows.

Deep roof overhangs create a sizable porch, which leads to a formal living room with a built-in reading bench and cabinets, stone fireplace, and a bright formal dining area. Off this space is an updated eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a farmhouse sink.

Seven bedrooms ensure that there is more than enough space for a family or multiple generations, as per the listing, and a backyard with fountain provides access to the outdoors. Located in North Mission Hills at 1847 Altamira Place, the residence is offered at $2.2M.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty